Share your best crockpot recipes. It's a snowy Sunday and I want to slow cook,drink, and watch football.
God bless America.
First I coat the crockpot with olive oil. Then I lay down some tortillas, enchilada sauce, chicken cut into small strips, then refried beans, Mexican chilies, cheese then I repeat that.
Reminds me of something similar that I do. Quarter tortillas, place in bowl with cooked chicken, green salsa and cheese. Layer until bowl is full. Bake until cheese is melted and bubbly.
Can't pick a fast food place so first one to 5 votes from you guys wins.
1. jack in the box
2 In n out
4 Local Mexican take out
I want the ultimate meal for a warrior, I gotta train.
What do you guys think of Nespresso?
I'm new into coffee and I want a cheap machine for drinking one coffee a day or so.
How does it feel to know your kitchen trash bags will never be Texas Tough /ck/? Your "regular" bags are peasant grade. Pic definitely related.
I'm trying to find a chinese recipe but I don't know what the dish is called. I thought it was like chilli tofu or something but I'm not getting much.
Basically it is tofu fried so it is crispy on the outside, with garlic and chillies. There's no sauce, quite dry.
So Christmas is coming up and it's always an excellent excuse for some ridiculous cooking for dinner. I'm doing a series of Sergio Herman dishes just because the produce is available where I live. What are you cooking?
I'm going to attempt to recreate this salad I got when I ate at Noma
What kind of medium-difficulty dishes taste the best in your opinion?
What food do you usually like to get at the mall?
Me, I usually go for whatever pizza is there, because hey, it's pizza. You find some oddly-named pizza places this way, like "Villa Pizza or "Pizza Roma" or some other weird generic thing.
That or Chinese.
Some random Korean dessert to eat while I stare lecherously at all the young Korean girls yapping in Korean.
What's your favorite sub, /ck/?
The Royal is a sausage and capicola sub, which seems to be referred to in other parts of the country as just "Italian."
Well, my all-time favorite has to be the roast beef from Carbone's Market in Torrington, Connecticut.
I drink a lot of hot tea and never have anything good to drink it in. I always end up using a large plastic cup. Any have any good recommendations for a good, large, thermos or mug I can get myself for Christmas?
I'm not going to get cancer from it being plastic, right? Just don't want it to fall apart because I'm putting my hot water in it. If neither are a problem then I'll definitely continue using it.
Guess what the inner beauty wrapped up here is
Is the toothpick really necessary? It's not like it can unwrap itself.
Several months ago I started a new position in a new city. It took some time to find a new coffee shop that sold high quality coffee and was in relative proximity to my place of employment.
Approximately 1 month ago, I found a good local coffee shop that fulfilled my rigorous standards. Unfortunately, we got off to a poor start relatively quickly.
At the previous cafe that I frequented, I established a comfortable tipping arrangement: I tipped a significant amount of money the week before Christmas, which fulfilled my annual tipping duty (i.e.: I did not have to tip daily).
At the new establishment, my tipping habits attracted attention and I was actually confronted about this. I informed the staff of my tipping habits, but they see did not seem to believe me and from then on treated me with a mixture of amusement and contempt. I offered the contacts of my previous coffee shop so that they could confirm my arrangement, but they laughed and said it was not necessary. I would never have put up with this treatment if it were not for the quality of coffee and proximity to my workplace.
Last week, no less than five staff members made reference to my, "great big tip" and how "excited they were". It was vexing, to say the least.
Today I stopped by for an espresso and told them that I would not be tipping this year, because I have only been a customer for one month and they would have to wait until next year. I believe this is completely reasonable, even if the behavior of the staff was not immature and condescending.
The reaction of the barista and staff manager was absurd and led to a very heated confrontation between myself, three staff members, and two nosy customers. I am considering a boycott of their establishment.
I cannot fathom how I was possibly in the wrong - what is your opinion on this matter?
You were completely in the right.
It's far more efficient for the tipper and tippee (excuse my phrasing) to exchange a single tip once during the year, rather than exchange a tip every single time you patronize the establishment.
Ask a bread anything.